1918 Apr. 3
Braddon, William S., Captain
Virginia - Written in response to an article written in the Outlook on March 13; concerning the Chaplain of the 370th Infantry; Braddon provides his experience and closes with, "hoping to meet you over there, on the firing line, and praying for an opportunity to come to your assistance leading the same despised troops."
Hughley, Judge Neal, 1907-
Marshall (Tex.) - Noting that at present "the Negro is utterly dependent on the white man;" lays out current segregation and discrimination; argues that "without economic power there can be no political or social freedom for the race;" suggests a program for gaining more power, noting the instrument of the "Consumer's Cooperative."
1977 Aug. 22
Wall Street journal
Princeton (N.J.) - Discussing the Focus on Youth radio program which discuses public-affairs.
1948 May 10
United States . Congress (80th, 2nd session : 1948) . House
Washington (D.C.) - Providing the speech made by George G. Sadowski of Michigan, concerning his alarm that Americans who had industrial and financial connections with Germany and Japan before World War II are beginning to reestablish these connections.